INSTRUCTIONS FOR FLORIDA SUPREME COURT APPROVED FAMILY LAW FORM 12.947(a), MOTION FOR TEMPORARY SUPPORT, TIME-SHARING, AND OTHER RELIEF WITH DEPENDENT OR MINOR CHILD(REN) (11/15) When should this form be used? This form may be used by: (1) The respondent or the petitioner in a pending dissolution of marriage action. For you to use this form, a
There are 4 primary types of temporary relief motions in Florida. They are motions to resolve issues of temporary alimony, temporary child support, temporary custody, and temporary attorney's fees and costs. In the absence of an emergency situation, the court requires the parties to mediate these issues prior to scheduling a motion hearing.
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A motion for temporary relief is an order by a judge that provides temporary resolution to a major issue. It is often used by people involved in the following cases: Child custody/time-sharing; Child support; Alimony; Marital asset distribution; Know that these orders only remain in effect until the formal case is complete. If you are interested in filing a motion for temporary relief in Florida, contact our West Palm Beach family law attorney. What Is a Temporary Motion for Child Custody ...